4.5 Star · ARC Review · Contemporary · Fake Relationship · Love/Hate · Opposites Attract · Sexy · Sports · Strong Heroine · Workplace

Rumor Has It (Real Love #4) by Jessica Lemmon


4.5 Stars

Catarina Everhart takes pride in her career in journalism and her relationship column in the local newspaper. With a new, drastically different assignment handed to her, Catarina is hesitant to accept… even more so when she meets her new writing partner. But, she is a consummate professional, and if she has to fake date some ex-football playing jerk for a story, then this will be the most dedicated fake relationship, ever.

Barrett Fox is a former professional football player, who is in need of some media attention. He is cocky, and all around insufferable, but once he and Catarina start out on their scheduled fake dates, they both realize they actually… enjoy spending time together.

Opposites attract, and then some. But, when their hot and heavy attraction starts getting serious, do Catarina and Barrett have enough in common for something… real?


Catarina is the dedicated workaholic who could do with a dose of someone like Barrett who is easygoing and fun to be around. With their planned dates designed to push each other out of their comfort zones, the more time they spend together, the harder it is to keep their hands off of each other.

With first impressions that start their assignment on a rocky path, they have a tough time navigating the beginning of their “dating” life. Although they couldn’t be more opposite, the more they learn about each other, the more they open themselves to the possibility of something real together.

This was such a good read! The characters were well written, likable and their conversations consisted of a highly entertaining back and forth banter. Barrett and Catarina’s relationship was off the charts sexy and is not to be missed!!

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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